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Your first road bike buy is an important bike purchase. Here we test three £500 road bikes to discover the best for triathlon
Can HUUB's new thermal X-Treme Norseman tri-suit keep you warm when racing triathlons in cold weather? Matt Baird puts it to the test
Brighton & Hove Triathlon to host scootathlons and youth triathlons in September
With online training analysis services becoming increasingly popular for triathlon training, we take a look at how to get the most benefit from them without becoming obsessed by stats
Martyn Brunt answers the question we've all asked ourselves at one point or another when out swimming at 5am. Why, exactly, do we do this?
Here's what happened when we persuaded Rosie Baxendine to take on the tough open-water challenge, the Red Bull Neptune Steps..
Worried about encountering jellyfish when swimming and getting stung? Here's a guide from Richard Harrington of the Marine Conservation Society to 6 of the most common
There are a wide range of factors that can cause different kinds of currents. These include wind, tidal movement, river and estuarine flow…and of course, the most commonly talked about, rip currents. Swim England has this advice
140km, 160km and 300km rides available at cycling event around London in May
3 of this year’s best clipless pedals, tested and rated by our expert reviewer
Want to improve your recovery after hard training sessions? Helen Webster reviews this top-end recovery system used by professional triathletes
The Brownlee brothers have joined forces with Werlabs to create a bespoke blood test for the physically active.
Does this top-end carbon cockpit produce a top-end ride?
Considering buying yourself some thin racing wheels in the hope of finding more cycling speed? Then here’s what to consider first.
Does Garmin’s latest feature enough for triathletes?
A tri-specific bag can make both transitions and travelling easier experiences. But what should you look for? Matt Baird tests seven to find out…
A comfortable and weather-resistant jersey that’s capable of spanning the seasons
Matt Bottrill explains why a tri-suit is still the best option for a duathlon, despite no swim
Nik Cook explains how to use a power meter so you get maximum benefit from it, particularly during a race, and how it can help your performance
Are Garmin’s long-awaited power pedals worth the upgrade?
Aero road helmets are an ultra-smart compromise of standard and TT cycling helmets. Jack Sexty reviews the merits of 9 for both training and racing…
We all know foam rolling is widely recommended for helping a triathlete's muscles to recover, but do we know how it helps? It works by firing up the nervous system says scientist David Behm
The key to keeping the body young and healthy is to regularly exercise, scientists from the University of Birmingham and King's College London have found.
Ironman racing may grab most of the ‘toughest triathlon’ headlines but short-course racing still throws up plenty of challenges to triathletes across the globe. Here are what we think are the toughest short-course triathlons (under 60km bike leg) in the world - do you agree?
Have you ever wondered how strenuous exercise translates into better endurance? The key, say scientists from the Salk Institute, is the protein ERRγ (ERR gamma).
Ever wondered why exactly activation exercises and drills are important and how they differ to static stretches? Dominic Richmond from CapitalPhysio.com explains what you need to know, and shares some good exercises for activating the glutes, a group of key muscles for running and cycling
Sponsored: Fed up of injuries ruining your training? Spartan coach Patrick Harmer shares his 4 top tips for looking after your body to avoid injury striking
Suffer chilblains in your hands and feet during the winter, despite wearing gloves and thermal socks? Amy Baker from Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK (SRUK) explains how to prevent and treat them